UNS Iso Whey 500 g whey protein isolate with whey protein concentrate
UNS Iso Whey is a mixture of whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate. The product is an excellent dietary supplement during the period of building muscle mass, as well as during weight loss. Each serving contains both slowly and rapidly absorbed amino acids, which allows for rapid muscle regeneration, development of lean muscle mass and effective protection against catabolism. The supplement dissolves quickly and easily which makes it easy to use.
How to use whey protein isolate?
Dosage and recommendations
The dosage of whey protein isolate may vary depending on individual needs and training goals. Typically, it is recommended to consume about 20-30 grams of whey protein isolate after a workout to support muscle recovery. It is important to customize the dosage and consult with a trainer or nutritionist.
Timing of consumption
The best time to consume whey protein isolate is immediately after a workout, when muscles are most receptive to nutrient intake. It can also be consumed as a supplement to meals throughout the day to increase overall protein intake.
Combination with other ingredients
Whey protein isolate can be combined with other ingredients, such as carbohydrates or creatine, depending on individual needs and training goals. Combining with carbohydrates after training can help replenish muscle glycogen levels, while combining with creatine can increase performance and strength.
The preparation contains up to 22.5 g of protein in one serving!
L-arginine - increases the blood supply to the muscle tissue, thus improves the supply of energy and building materials to intensive skeletal muscle training. Supplementation with this amino acid makes the workout become more effective, and the muscles are better supplied with blood, oxygenated and nourished. The use of arginine facilitates the development of lean muscle mass, improves endurance and endurance training. In addition, it may reduce the accumulation of adverse metabolites such as lactic acid and urea arising during muscle work and leading to premature fatigue.
L-cysteine - occurs in proteins, but in small amounts it is usually no more than 2% of all amino acids. It has antioxidant properties. It is necessary for the production of proteins, cleansing the body, participates in the construction of tissues and hormones of tissue and hormones and participates in metabolic processes. It is the building material of creatine - a protein of hair, nails, skin, as well as collagen, which is responsible for skin elasticity and health of joint cartilage. The most important function of L-cysteine is to build glutathione - a powerful antioxidant necessary for the body's health.
L-histidine - belongs to exogenous amino acids. It plays an important role in the production of proteins. Takes part in the production of hemoglobin. It is an effective transporter of many key elements, e.g. zinc and iron. These microelements are one of the necessary ingredients for the proper functioning of not only the heart and metabolism. Deficiencies of this amino acid are often associated with a low content of these metals, which in turn is reflected in the hormonal imbalance of the body.
L-isoleucine - the supply of large quantities of Leucine reduces the level of the other two amino acids: Isoleucine and Valine, so it is important to use all three compounds together. In addition, Isoleucine is classified as glucogenic amino acids, ie those that the body can easily and quickly transform into the energy necessary for its functioning. This means that we will be able to not only train longer and more intensively, but also to regenerate faster.
L-leucine - affects the synthesis of skeletal muscles in several ways: increases the secretion of insulin, a powerful anabolic present in our body, affects the protein kinase S6 activity, accelerates the phosphorylation of the binding protein eIf4E and affects the degree of binding between proteins (eIF) 4E and eIF4G. All this, despite complicated sound and naming, boils down to a very simple assertion - Leucine increases the degree and speed of protein utilization for muscle building.
L-lysine- must be supplied from food because our body is unable to synthesize it. It has antioxidant properties (it destroys free radicals) and thus helps to fight diseases, helps to raise the level of growth hormone, present in the construction of collagen, facilitates the absorption of calcium and improves mental concentration.
L-methionine is an essential component for the synthesis of glutathione, one of the most important compounds in the context of the body's protection against free radicals and toxins. It seems that taking methionine simultaneously with the use of paracetamol (or other drugs in this group) may affect the liver and kidneys, preventing their damage. It is sometimes used in cases of poisoning with hepatoxic drugs, alcohol and ammonia. Supports the natural regeneration processes of connective tissue, skin, hair and nails. Often used to relieve the symptoms of acne.
L-proline - endogenous amino acid. It is a fundamental part of collagen. Proline accounts for over 20% of the total amount of collagen. It directly affects the process of creating new collagen molecules. It also allows the removal of damaged protein structures in our skin. Proline affects the strengthening of the musculoskeletal system and improves the strength of joint joints.
L-tryptophan is a natural antidepressant. With the help of tryptophan, the body produces key neurohormones (serotonin, melatonin). The main task of tryptophan is to increase the level of serotonin, whose lowered level is the basic cause of anxiety and depression, changes in mood and behavior, sleep disorders and tendency to overeat.
L-tyrosine- is an endogenous amino acid which is a precursor of neurotransmitters - dopamine, adrenaline and norepinephrine. These compounds are essential for the proper functioning of nerve conduction processes and intercellular communication. Adrenal hormones are produced in response to stress, and by preparing the body for a high physical effort, they increase the use of adipose tissue as the most efficient source of energy.
L-valine - its presence in this combination, owes not only to the aforementioned need to administer all three BCAA amino acids together but also to reduce the fatigue of the central nervous system. In addition, as with the other two amino acids, it is easily converted into the energy consumed by working muscles and thus allows to save glycogen stores accumulated in the liver.
Batch - 30 g (1,5 scoops) dissolve in 150 ml of skimmed milk. Use once a day.